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    Microsoft revamps its startup programs with $500M commitment and new co-selling program /Link

     Microsoft has launched a number of programs for startups. These programs never quite told a cohesive story about Microsoft’s commitment to startups, though. Now, the company is launching Microsoft for Startups, a program that aims to bring technology and marketing expertise to startups and that includes a co-selling program so startups can piggyback on Microsoft’s existing sales force. Read More




    (@)Frederic Lardinois

    Published on 14 Feb 2018 at 04:01PM

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